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November 17, 2018, Saturday

Your Morning Newsletter In Energy And Infrastructure From Across The Media Space  

Alstom Will Make India Manufacturing Hub For International Markets: Alain Spohr

Alstom Will Make India Manufacturing Hub For International Markets: Alain Spohr

With several large projects underway in the mainline and urban networks, Alstom is uniquely positioned to meet India's changing and growing mobility needs

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Poor Topsoil Removal Raises Concern Over Coal India’s Production Outlook

Coal India is expected to end the June quarter with 18 million tonnes excess production growing 15 per cent over last year.

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BPSCL Exhausts Coal Stocks

BPSCL Exhausts Coal Stocks

Prolonged power cuts have crippled lives, hit businesses and industries in Bokaro Steel City and Dhanbad, the coal capital of Jharkhand.

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‘Govt On Track In Solving Power Sector Issues’

While Tata Power is optimistic about growth opportunities in the renewable energy sector and several new business verticals

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Centre Plans 25% Greenhouse Gas Emission Cut By 2020: Minister

Centre Plans 25% Greenhouse Gas Emission Cut By 2020: Minister

Emission of greenhouse gases that lead to global warming and climate change would be reduced by 20-25% in India by 2020 and 33-35% by 2030, Union minister for environment, forest and climate change Dr Harsh Vardhan said on Sunday.

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UAE FM To Visit Six Indian Cities; Focus On Energy, Trade Ties

UAE FM To Visit Six Indian Cities; Focus On Energy, Trade Ties

UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan will visit six Indian cities and hold talks with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during his week-long India tour that will focus on boosting energy and trade cooperation.

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Safeguard Duty On Solar Equipment May Hit India's 100 GW Target: Industry

Safeguard Duty On Solar Equipment May Hit India's 100 GW Target: Industry

Solar power developers have expressed concerns that safeguard duty on solar equipment may jeopardize India's target of installing 100 GW capacity by 2022 as it would directly affect 25 GW volume under various stages of implementation and hit thousands of jobs in the segment.

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Chinese Move May Pull Down Solar Bid Tariffs Further

Chinese Move May Pull Down Solar Bid Tariffs Further

Chinese decision to slap deployment caps and reduce feed-in-tariffs for solar projects may lead to a further plunge in module prices, which in turn is likely to result in a further reduction in solar bid tariffs, says experts.

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Solar Companies Fear Being Eclipsed By Foreign Biggies

Solar Companies Fear Being Eclipsed By Foreign Biggies

Foreign firms will bag major upcoming contracts for solar energy projects, leaving local companies in the lurch because of the terms and conditions of the upcoming auctions, Indian developers including the Adani and Hero groups have complained.

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Navayuga, Sikkim Power Bid For Arunachal Pradesh’s Stressed Power Project

Navayuga, Sikkim Power Bid For Arunachal Pradesh’s Stressed Power Project

Krishnapatnam port operator Navayuga Engineering and state-run Sikkim Power Investment Corporation have submitted binding bids for the Rs 15,000-crore planned hydro power project in Arunachal Pradesh that is undergoing insolvency proceedings.

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World gathers in Vietnam to tackle climate change challenges

World gathers in Vietnam to tackle climate change challenges

World leaders and officials from over 100 nations, including India, top heads of UN agencies and multilateral financial institutions, scientists and activists gathered in this Vietnamese city on Sunday for the Global Environment Facility's (GEF) Assembly to tackle global climate change challenges.

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IFCI To Raise Rs 3,000 Cr From Debt To Fund Business Growth

The country's oldest public sector financial institution IFCI plans to raise Rs 3,000 crore from debt, including bonds, during the current fiscal to aid expansion of its loan book.

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Crude Price Plan Hits Bureaucratic Wall

Crude Price Plan Hits Bureaucratic Wall

The government's move to get oil companies to hedge crude oil price risk as part of the rejig plan for pump prices has run into a bureaucratic wall.

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UAE's ADNOC To Ink Pact With Petroleum Ministry

UAE's ADNOC To Ink Pact With Petroleum Ministry

India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will on Monday ink an important Trilateral Agreement between Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC), UAE's ARAMCO and India's Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas - that will expand India's refining capacity.

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For Cheap Petrol, Go To Andaman And Nicobar Islands

For Cheap Petrol, Go To Andaman And Nicobar Islands

We were sitting in a coffee shop at Century Bazar, sipping our coffee, listening to the loud music and looking at two girls trying to study in the noise.

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Government Defers Oil, Gas Field Auction By A Month

Government Defers Oil, Gas Field Auction By A Month

The government has deferred the bidding for 60 oil and gas fields being offered in the second round of bidding for Discovered Small Field (DSF) by a month.

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Indian Railways Set To Kick-start Largest-ever Divestment Exercise, Targets To Raise Rs 25,000 Crore

Indian Railways Set To Kick-start Largest-ever Divestment Exercise, Targets To Raise Rs 25,000 Crore

The Indian Railways is set to kick-start the largest ever disinvestment exercise, which involves the monetisation of its power transmission lines, also called overhead equipment network, the Economic Times has reported.

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Bio-toilets In All Trains By Mar '19

Bio-toilets In All Trains By Mar '19

ndian Railways is mulling over introduction of bio-toilets in all coaches by March 2019 and the challenges of maintaining these toilets would be met through experimenting with technology and imparting proper training to the railway staff

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Maharashtra Plastic Ban: Suburban Railways In A Fix Over Monitoring 80 Lakh Commuters

Maharashtra Plastic Ban: Suburban Railways In A Fix Over Monitoring 80 Lakh Commuters

The suburban railways is frowning at the mammoth task of tracking who is a first-time violator and who a chronic offender, considering that 80 lakh people commute in the locals every day.

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India Is Second Largest Shareholder Of AIIB: Piyush Goyal

India Is Second Largest Shareholder Of AIIB: Piyush Goyal

Union Minister of Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal on Sunday revealed that India was the second largest shareholder of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and that almost a quarter of all funds committed by AIIB have been for Indian projects.

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AIIB To Give India $200 Million For Road, Energy And Infrastructure

AIIB To Give India $200 Million For Road, Energy And Infrastructure

The two-day annual meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is set to begin in Mumbai on June 25.

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Rail projects worth Rs 18,790 cr under implementation: Government

Rail projects worth Rs 18,790 cr under implementation: Government

Aimed at bringing down logistics costs by providing rail connectivity to ports, Indian Port Rail Corporation along with other agencies are implementing projects worth Rs 18,795 crore, the government has said.

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PM Nod To Panel To Lay Down Standards For Metro Rail Systems

PM Nod To Panel To Lay Down Standards For Metro Rail Systems

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday approved a proposal for setting up a committee to lay down standards for metro rail systems in the country.

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32 Railway Stations In Mysuru Division Provided With Wi-Fi As Part Of Digital India

32 Railway Stations In Mysuru Division Provided With Wi-Fi As Part Of Digital India

The authorities have installed high speed Wi-Fi services in 32 railway stations of the Mysuru Division of South Western Railways as part of the Digital India initiative.

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Bilaspur-Manali-Leh Rail Line To Be Highest In The World, Overtaking China’s Qinghai-tibet Railway

Bilaspur-Manali-Leh Rail Line To Be Highest In The World, Overtaking China’s Qinghai-tibet Railway

At a height of 3,300 metres, the Bilaspur-Manali-Leh railway line (498 km), once operational, would be the highest in the world, overtaking China’s Qinghai-Tibet Railway.

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Six Trains Have Been Cancelled From Delhi This Week; Check Out The List Here

Six Trains Have Been Cancelled From Delhi This Week; Check Out The List Here

The Indian Railways have cancelled a list of six trains departing from the country’s capital Delhi.

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After 'Rail Madad', 'Menu On Rail' Apps, IRCTC To Launch Its Payments Aggregator Ipay Soon

After 'Rail Madad', 'Menu On Rail' Apps, IRCTC To Launch Its Payments Aggregator Ipay Soon

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation(IRCTC) has yet again come up with a good news for its website users

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Hardeep Singh Puri Orders DMRC To Ensure Last-mile Connectivity In Delhi-NCR

Hardeep Singh Puri Orders DMRC To Ensure Last-mile Connectivity In Delhi-NCR

From feeder buses for last-mile connectivity to Rapid Rail Transit System to be completed at the earliest, Delhiites can hope to get their commuting woes eased soon.

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Indian Railways To Fine You Up To Rs 25,000, If Caught; Check Full List Of Banned Plastic Items

Indian Railways To Fine You Up To Rs 25,000, If Caught; Check Full List Of Banned Plastic Items

The Indian Railways has now followed a stringent measures for Mumbaikars and many other cities with an aim to support the Maharashtra government’s plastic bag ban policy.

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No New Phone Booths At Indian Railways Stations? Universal Charging Points For Mobile Devices Now Essential

No New Phone Booths At Indian Railways Stations? Universal Charging Points For Mobile Devices Now Essential

In a sign of the mobile times, public telephone booths at stations are no longer a ‘minimum essential amenity’ for passengers with the railways adding universal charging points and nursing stations to the list instead, officials said.

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PM Narendra Modi Inaugurates Mundka-bahardurgarh Metro Network

PM Narendra Modi Inaugurates Mundka-bahardurgarh Metro Network

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Mundka-Bahardurgarh metro network through video conference on Sunday morning.

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